Tree top explorer in Pakse staying overnight in Tree house
Officially opened in 2011, the Tree Top Explorer is an amazing experience blending jungle adventures with a thrilling sports vibe. Heart of the attraction is a system of zip lines starting from high platforms in the trees traversing beside steep gorges and white waterfalls. There are short cables that help you get acquainted while the longest cable is more than 400 meters with a true adventurous feel. These ziplines also lead to the base camp, basically an open-air restaurant, as well as the tree houses where you stay overnight. In between the ziplines, you can abseil down from the platforms and trek on some steep jungle trails. Another highlight is a via ferrata with iron U-bolts glued into a steep rock wall that surely challenges your adventurous spirits. But all is safe with state-of-the-art safety gears and the breathtaking vistas over the forest and plateau are worthing as well.
Tours with this experience
Observe the lifestyles and daily activities of local people from Khmu, H’mong and Lao loum villages
Visit the bear rescued centre and main waterfalls in the Kuang Si waterfalls area
Drive a scooter to the Elephant Village to meet Asian gentle elephants and relax at Tad Sea waterfall nearby
Witness the peaceful morning alms giving ritual and the vibrant Phousi Market
Go kayaking on the Nam Song River and biking to Tham Poukham cave
Take in the beautiful scenery over the Nam Ngum Lake on a boat trip
Discover the unusual Buddha Park in Vientiane
Enjoy a day out in Bolaven Plateau with coffee plantations and stunning waterfalls
Experience the tree top ziplines and overnight stay in treehouse
Explore Wat Phou, one of the oldest archaeological sites in Laos
Unwind in the sleepy vibe of the 4000 islands area and visit beautiful waterfalls: Li Phi & Khone Phapheng
Other Experiences in Pakse, Laos
Wat Phou, also known as Vat Phou or Vat Phu, is an ancient ruined temple complex in southern Laos. Located at the base of mount Phou Khao 40km outside the town of Pakse, this temple was originally built by the Khmer Empire and dedicated to Lord Shiva but then became a center of Buddhist worship until today. Despite the striking resemblance as a...